Guidelines for induction to the Tasmanian Angling Hall of Fame

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Membership of the Angling Hall Of Fame is the pinnacle of achievement for an individual’s contribution towards the betterment of freshwater angling in Tasmania.  It represents also, the highest level of peer recognition for this achievement.

The Hall of Fame comprises members both past and present, who have been awarded Hall of Fame status.

Situated within the grounds of the Salmon Ponds at Plenty, the Hall of Fame is managed by Anglers Alliance Tasmania.

Anglers Alliance Tasmania will invite nominations for induction into the HOF on a bi-annual basis, and one or none of the nominees may be inducted.

Nominations can be made by any person or organisation. A nomination that has been unsuccessful may be re-submitted in future years.\

GUIDELINES

  • Nominations must be submitted in writing.
  • Each nomination must contain a typed cover sheet with an executive summary of no more than 250 words, briefly outlining the nominee’s achievements against the selection criteria below, followed by details and supporting documentation of the nominee’s achievements.
  • The primary requirement for a successful nomination is a nominee who has made a significant contribution and lasting legacy to recreational freshwater angling in Tasmania, in a voluntary capacity or otherwise. As an individual, or member of a club or organisation, the nominee has put in a sustainable effort, and overcome barriers and difficulties, in their quest to create a better angling environment and/or community.

SELECTION CRITERIA

The nominees will be assessed against their accomplishments, both professionally and voluntary i.e. their achievements and outcomes will fall into, but are not strictly limited to, any of the criteria below:

  • Fishery development & improvement, i.e.
    • Sustainability & protection of the fishery
    • Angling administration, i.e. sourcing grants, lobbying, communication, etc.
    • Boosting advocacy towards angling
  • Education, i.e.
    • Community engagement
    • Effect community behaviour
    • Drive community actions and activities
    • Promotion of the fishery
  • Leadership eventuating in outcomes, i.e.
    • Project planning & management
    • Demonstrate initiative and innovation
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